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    I didn't know you could plug an instrument into an FX return. Thanks for the info Kilrahi.
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    I think for a lot of people having snapshots is sufficient for there live use. I know that’s the case for me. I will typically use like three or four presets in a show, but each of them is set up with 8 snapshots. So that gives me a lot of flexibility when it comes to getting a wide variety of sounds out of a single amp model.
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    It would still be better to go a different route. Plug one of you into an FX return and put them on the second path. Your earlier way won't hurt it, but the above way will have unmatched separation of sound, and you can each set up your own signal chain.
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    Another, perhaps more flexible approach would be to allow patches to “link” to other patches and inherit their configuration with the ability to override settings. Any changes to the linked to (or target) patch that are not overridden in the linking (or source) patch could be automatically inherited by all the linking patches. This makes whole patches reusable, not just blocks. And it would be very easy to implement as it is a common software pattern.
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